Touro Mobile Pro USB External 7200 rpm Hard Drive Hitachi $80 US for 500 GB or $92 US for 750 GB GoFlex TurboRead More
C.E.O. Hybrid for iPad Company: Marware Price: $49.99 USD http://www.marware. Marware has produced cases for iPhones, Blackberries and of course, iPads. The oneRead More
Roxio’s Toast began as a simple way to burn optical media, CDs then DVDs; it slowly became the preferred way to do so untilRead More
ImageExchange Company: PicScout Price: Free Web site If you’ve ever had to add an image to a web site or blog, you know howRead More
Black Wallet for iPad Case Company: Happy Owl Studio Price: $79.99 USD The iPad has cases coming in a variety of sizes, shapes, colorsRead More
Solar System for iPad Review Company: Touch Press Price: $13.99 USD I’m nuts about anything that has to do with science. That interest stemsRead More
5-in-1 for iPad Company: Brenthaven Price: $59.95 USD With the iPad, things changed, at least case-wise they did. Getting a case for your iPhoneRead More
When I first heard about Apple’s Mac App Store my initial impression was this was going to be ANOTHER add-on to iTunes which needed it as much as a hole in the head.Read More
iB969 Charging Station Company: iHome Price: $49.99 USD I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’ve found that I have my electronicsRead More
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Adobe seems to come out with a new CS5 every year, including Photoshop. Every time a new version comes out you have to evaluate what is new and if it is worth the money t make the upgrade. I currently use CS3 at home and in my classroom because I did not see the need to upgrade to CS4. For me, and I think many others, it was not a “must have” update. However, CS5 and the new features they have added make this a “must have” update for any one using Photoshop.Read More
One wonders if Paul Brainerd imagined the possibilities of his revolutionary program, PageMaker, back in 1985. Almost twenty-five years later, what is arguably the gold standard in page layout, Adobe’s InDesign, has graced the world with its latest incarnation, Adobe InDesign CS5. Always seeking to innovate and push the technological envelope, Adobe has brought a number of new features and technologies to this venerable stalwart of the publishing industry. In this First Look, we bring you a general overview of the new product with an eye towards the full review to follow.
Before I start with my critique, let me give you a little background. I’m a graphic professional that also provides IT help desk support for a large publishing company. I bought this Mac with the specific task of providing tech support and general surfing. When it comes do doing design work I’m still a desktop kind of guy. That said, this is not my first portable Mac. Prior to this 15” MacBook Pro I’ve been a proud owner of two 12” iBooks. The reason for the timing for this new purchase is because my last iBook didn’t survive the return flight from Anaheim, California last month.
If you EVER IN YOUR LIFE will find yourself with an exposed hard drive, today please order one or more DriveBoxes from WiebeTech. Until now you’ve been lucky if your bare drive circuitry has remained alive and well during swaps and installations.
Attendance was by invitation only at the top-secret Adobe Media Event held in an undisclosed location within San Francisco’s Moscone Center during January’s Macworld Expo. Select editors of online and print publications were given a high-energy preview of the comprehensive group of applications within Adobe’s new Creative Suite 3, or CS3.Read More
Nemo gets his hands on the first generation of Apple’s newest laptops, and gives a report card on MacBook Pro’s pros and cons.Read More
David Every lands in San Francisco for the upcoming Macworld Expo, and takes the time to give us the first look of Daylite 3.0 from MarketCircle.Read More